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Beginning in the early 1970s John Pflueger has designed large, institutional structures that save as much or more energy than contemporary energy efficient buildings. John's structures are designed to require the least amount of energy in the first place; what energy is needed is provided by alternative means before resorting to conventional energy sources. In 1990 John closed his 45-person firm in San Francisco, so he could continue to apply his energy conservation philosophy to all types of buildings and master plans, integrate the principles of ancient cultures and sacred sites into architecture and further develop his copyrighted Self-Sufficient Village concept. He continues to apply these principles to resort, recreation, residential and other smaller scale projects. He is personally involved in every facet of the project, from inception to completion, with each and every client. Projects shown are selected works of John Pflueger and do not represent all work completed by Milton Pflueger, Pflueger Architects and John Pflueger.

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